micrologically

micrologically

(ˌmaɪkrəˈlɒdʒɪkəlɪ)
adv
(General Physics) a rare word for microscopically
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Wolff redefines the kind of sociological description as something that "operates micrologically by paying attention to the detail, the fragment, the small scale as a way of illuminating the broader social scene" (120).
(16) See for example the passage on Stifter, also noted by Peter Uwe Hohendahl 141-42, as a prime example of Adorno's essentially historicist approach to the artwork: "Not only the conservative-restorative choice of thematic material and the fabula docet are ideological, but so is the objectivistic deportment of the form, which suggests a micrologically tender world, a meaningfully correct life that lends itself to narration [...].
Shor notes that Zola's use of a "summary or situational icon" in such novels as Germinal in order micrologically to evince the narrative's sociohistorical ambience is quite effective in conveying a sense of positive revolutionary energy.